Podcasts from This Goodly Land [Ala. literature]
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From: Network of Alabama Academic Libraries Discussion List
[mailto:NAAL-L@...] On Behalf Of Medina, Sue
Sent: Wednesday, February 25, 2009 12:42 PM
Subject: FW: New audio podcasts from This Goodly Land
For Your Information.
From: Mildred Coates [mailto:coatemi@...]
I'm excited and pleased to tell you that we've launched our new series
of This Goodly Land podcasts. You know, the ones I've been promising you
for all these months. The first two are now available on our new
Multimedia page, and several more are in pre-production.
Right now, you can either stream or download the audios directly from
our Multimedia page. They will also be available soon from iTunes, at
the Auburn University College of Liberal Arts section of iTunes U (part
of the iTunes Store).
While these audios are convenient for the independent learner, they can
also be used by book discussion groups, by lifelong learning classes,
and (as supplemental material) by junior high and high school teachers.
Transcripts, reading lists, discussion questions, and relevant lesson
plans are provided on the Multimedia page.
Please pass this message along to any of your friends, colleagues,
and/or constituent groups that you think will find it useful.
Midge Coates, PhD, MLS
This Goodly Land: Alabama's Literary Landscape
Alabama Center for the Book
Caroline Marshall Draughon Center for the Arts & Humanities
Auburn University, AL 36948-5637